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Neighbours Episode 3835 from 2001 - NeighboursEpisodes.com
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Episode title: 3835
Australian airdate: 17/8/01
UK airdate: 4/10/01
Writer: Jon Stephens
Director: Anna Johnson
Guests: Iris Montague: Lilian Lewis
Simon Hart: Patrick Mitchell
Summary/Images by: Tracy C
Maggie telling Libby she has a case against the Chronicle and they shouldn't be allowed to get away with it.
Steph telling Matt if he does Elvis gigs during his hours then he'll be sacked.
Matt offers Steph a lift but she turns him down, however she hears the phone ringing and back to get it and notices Matt changing into his Elvis gear. She gives him a rant about doing the gigs in Moco time, especially after she stuck her neck out in the first place to get him the job. He pleads with her for another chance and says he'll make the time up and begrudgingly Steph gives a final chance and agrees to let him have his lunch break early so he can do the gig.
No. 26
Joe is having trouble working out what Lyn really wants to do with her career and the comments she has been making. Lyn tells him that in her heart she wants to have her own salon and compares it to Michelle's passion for animal cruelty.
Drew and Libby's Place
Maggie is confirming to Drew that Libby does have a case and tells them that the best way to proceed is to go via the Equal Opportunities Commission. She explains to them that if they go down that route it forces the Chronicle to attend a conciliatory meeting rather than going straight to court. She asks for their consent to get the ball rolling and they give it.
The Coffee Shop
Whist she places her order, Harold asks how Tad is. Susan says he's missing his best friend and Harold says it is likewise with Paul. Karl enters and Susan notices that he is a bit down, so Karl explains that he's had another argument with Darcy. Karl adds her that he doesn't know if he can trust Darcy or not given all the fast changes he is making at the surgery. They then start bickering between them about Darcy and his treatment of Dione.
Matt quickly makes his way back to the Moco van as it is chucking it down with rain when he spots an old lady (Iris) struggling with her shopping and her brolly. He leaves the van to go and help her and she tells him she doesn't live far away.
Drew and Libby's Place
Maggie explains to Libby how she juggles marriage, parenting and work and Libby is impressed. Libby says she is going to continue working (once she's had the baby) and won't feel guilty.
Matt has picked up what the lady said - he thought she meant it wasn't far to her car but she just meant it wasn't far full stop. He tells her that he's got deliveries to make but she says it isn't far...only up a hill!
The Coffee Shop
Drew spots Steph in TCS and asks where the parts are that he is waiting on. Steph tells him he gave them to Matt to deliver them and they are in Matt's van, so he can't collect them from the store. Leaving Steph to curse and stew, he heads off to see if Matt has delivered them.
Matt has now finished taking the old ladies shopping home for her and returns to find the van cleaned out.
Drew and Libby's Place
The lawyer of the Chronicle phones to arrange a meeting with Libby at the flat. After a quick chat with Susan, the meeting is arranged for 5pm and it is all right for Libby to have witnesses present. Libby hangs up and wonders why
No. 26
Michelle talks to Lyn about going on the animal rights protest at a medical institute and she wants to go. After looking at the flyer, Lyn says no in case the protest turns into something nasty.
Matt tells Steph about helping the old lady and that the van got cleaned out and she isn't exactly happy. He tells her he phoned the police and apologises saying it wasn't his fault. Steph tells him it is his fault and that he is fired!
No. 32
Matt is telling Maggie what happened at Moco looking for legal advice but she is in a hurry to get to Libby's and promises to talk to him later.
The Coffee Shop
Steph calls in for a coffee with her dad and tells him that she sacked Matt. Joe asks Harold for his take on the animal protest Michelle is going on about. Harold tells them that animals need defending and that he agrees on the need for a demonstration but Joe isn't sure he wants Michelle there given he age.
Drew and Libby's Place
Libby is fretting about the meeting and Susan and Maggie try to calm her down. Lib wonders if having the meeting at home is the right thing and Maggie tells her it is tactical - to make Libby feel she has an advantage for being on home turf. Maggie gives her the low-down on the lawyer and what to do whilst they wait for him to arrive. Every so slightly late but full of apologies and charm, the lawyer (Simon Hart) appears and is introduced to Maggie and Susan.
No. 26
Harold pops by to ask on Michelle's behalf if she can go to the protest. Lyn explains again that Michelle is too young to attend, so he offers to take Michelle to the protest and will be fully responsible for her.
Drew and Libby's Place
Simon starts by tells them "a verbal contract isn't worth the paper it is written on". He then goes to on say/tell them that in law because the contract wasn't a written one with specifics in it, then they don't have a case. Putting on the legal hat, Maggie reminds him that it isn't up to him to decide if a contract is valid or not. Simon the smug lawyer now tells Libby that it is preposterous that she is being discriminated against because of her pregnancy, especially since he is a personal friend of Simon's too. Susan decides to put her tuppenceworth in and asks him for a logical explanation then, so Simon decides to give her the truth - the position was offered to someone before Libby but she turned it down then changed her mind and wanted the job and hands Libby the CV of the other person for her to look at. He also adds that he doesn't like frivolous lawsuits designed to get money out of it. Libby is aghast at this suggestion and Susan speaks for her saying they are doing this out of principle. As his parting statement before he leaves, he makes it clear to the ladies that the Chronicle will fight any and all claims made against it and to go ahead and be dragged through endless court cases then he's up for it and he will be the one who wins!
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Steph Scully in Neighbours Episode 3835
Steph Scully

Matt Hancock in Neighbours Episode 3835
Matt Hancock

Lyn Scully, Joe Scully in Neighbours Episode 3835
Lyn Scully, Joe Scully

Susan Kennedy in Neighbours Episode 3835
Susan Kennedy

Karl Kennedy in Neighbours Episode 3835
Karl Kennedy

Libby Kennedy, Maggie Hancock in Neighbours Episode 3835
Libby Kennedy, Maggie Hancock

Matt Hancock, Iris Montague in Neighbours Episode 3835
Matt Hancock, Iris Montague

Matt Hancock in Neighbours Episode 3835
Matt Hancock

Lyn Scully, Harold Bishop in Neighbours Episode 3835
Lyn Scully, Harold Bishop

Joe Scully, Michelle Scully in Neighbours Episode 3835
Joe Scully, Michelle Scully

Simon Hart in Neighbours Episode 3835
Simon Hart

Maggie Hancock in Neighbours Episode 3835
Maggie Hancock

Libby Kennedy, Susan Kennedy in Neighbours Episode 3835
Libby Kennedy, Susan Kennedy

Simon Hart in Neighbours Episode 3835
Simon Hart

Libby Kennedy, Susan Kennedy, Maggie Hancock in Neighbours Episode 3835
Libby Kennedy, Susan Kennedy, Maggie Hancock

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